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Watch: Stranger Things Cast Talks the Titles in New Season 2 Trailer: 'I Don't Know What Pollywog Is'

Watch: Stranger Things Cast Talks the Titles in New Season 2 Trailer: 'I Don't Know What Pollywog Is'
Stranger Things fans get ready, season 2 is coming back with a vengeance.

The cast of the hit Netflix series stopped by People Now to discuss all things season 2 and what they think the new teaser trailer's 9 episode titles mean.

1. Madmax

"Charlize Theron!" Millie Bobby Brown quickly shouted.

2. The Boy Who Came Back to Life

"Will!" Brown screamed while gesturing to her costar, Noah Schnapp.

3. The Pumpkin Patch

"I know this one," Gaten Matarazzo said. "The monsters are growing out of the pumpkins!"

4. The Palace

"Castle Byers," Schnapp said.

"It must be that," added Brown.

5. The Storm

"The Upside Down is taking over our world,
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Stranger Things Cast Talks the Titles in New Season 2 Trailer: 'I Don't Know What Pollywog Is'

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Stranger Things Cast Talks the Titles in New Season 2 Trailer: 'I Don't Know What Pollywog Is'
Stranger Things fans get ready, season 2 is coming back with a vengeance. The cast of the hit Netflix series stopped by People Now to discuss all things season 2 and what they think the new teaser trailer's 9 episode titles mean. 1. Madmax"Charlize Theron!" Millie Bobby Brown quickly shouted. 2. The Boy Who Came Back to Life"Will!" Brown screamed while gesturing to her costar, Noah Schnapp. 3. The Pumpkin Patch"I know this one," Gaten Matarazzo said. "The monsters are growing out of the pumpkins!" 4. The Palace"Castle Byers," Schnapp said. "It must be that," added Brown. 5. The Storm"The Upside Down is taking over our world,
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Donovan’s Brain | Blu-ray Review

Both of the Siodmak brothers made indelible contributions to genre filmmaking, particularly Robert Siodmak’s sterling film noir titles. His brother, Curt Siodmak was more recognizable as a screenwriter, penning a variety of B horror titles such as The Wolf Man (1941) and usually assigned to pen sequels to a number of other franchises, such as The Invisible Man, Dracula, and Frankenstein. Oddly, his 1942 science fiction novel Donovan’s Brain would receive three separate cinematic adaptations of its own (including The Lady and the Monster in 1944 and The Brain in 1962), all informed by particular topical elements of the decade they were mounted in, though none of them particularly astounding in their rudimentary illustrations of science gone wrong.

Dr. Patrick Corey (Lew Ayres) is experimenting on brains out of his lab from the privacy of his country home. Assisted by Dr. Frank Schratt (Gene Evans) and his complacent wife Janice (Nancy Regan
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Stung review [FrightFest 2015]: “A ferociously fun creature feature”

Stung review: A ferociously fun creature feature. Stung review

Director: Benni Diez

Cast: Jessica Cook, Matt O’Leary, Clifton Collins Jr, Lance Henriksen

Running Time: 87 minutes

Certificate: Tbc

Synopsis: Guests at a high profile garden party find themselves in a fight for their lives when a colony of killer wasps mutate into seven foot beasts.

Once upon a time Hollywood was taken over by a spate of films filled with ridiculous and ludicrously large bugs. Films such as Them!, The Nest and Eight Legged Freaks, are some of the better known, but there have been thousands that have dealt with deadly insectoids in some manor or another; Starship Troopers anyone? For the last few years however, this sub-genre has been confined primarily to the Sy-Fy channel, though Stung could change all that.

Plot-wise Stung isn’t going to win any points for originality. All the tropes and clichés you’d
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Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on 'Donovan's Brain,' Starring Lew Ayres

Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on 'Donovan's Brain,' Starring Lew Ayres
Brains on Ice! week continues at Trailers from Hell with director and Tfh creator Joe Dante introducing "Donovan's Brain," starring Lew Ayres, who achieved stardom as the benevolent Dr. Kildare, here playing yet another kindly doctor who nurtures a living brain (kept alive in a fish tank) only to have its sinister personality consume him. Curt Siodmak’s oft-adapted science fiction novel receives a no-frills treatment at the hands of director Felix Feist (The Devil Thumbs A Ride) that nonetheless captures its essence better than other attempts, which include The Lady And The Monster (1944) and The Brain (1962).
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Watch the Horror-Comedy Night of the Punks Short Film Now!

Just in time for the Halloween season (any bets on how often we'll be saying that before October 31st?), Irrational Films has made Dan Riesser's horror-comedy short film Night of the Punks available for viewing, and we have it in its entirety right here.

From the Press Release:

In Night of the Punks, small-town punk rockers The Brain Deads have their first out of town show, but there are a few problems: The venue is deserted, the promoter is a creep, their bassist has gone missing, and the only kids in the audience turn out to be bloodthirsty punk rockers from Hell.

Drawing inspiration from Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Demons, and the Evil Dead series, Night of the Punks is a blood-splatted love letter to '80s horror cinema. The cast includes industry veteran Luke Edwards (The Wizard, Little Big League, Newsies), sketch comedian Nick Munday,
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Watch Night of the Punks Short Film!

We have an early Halloween treat for you. Night of the Punks is a fun little short film about a couple of rockers who take the wrong gig. Get into the spirit of the fall season with this head-banging shocker, then read on for more information on the project, which is set to become a feature length horror comedy in the near future!

Night Of The Punks - Full Movie

In Night of the Punks, small town punk rockers The Brain Deads have their first out of town show, but there are a few problems: the venue is deserted, the promoter is a creep, their bassist has gone missing and the only kids in the audience turn out to be bloodthirsty punk rockers from Hell.

Drawing inspiration from The Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Demons and The Evil Dead series, Night of the Punks is a blood-splatted
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"Girly", Creepy Erotic British Thriller, Comes To DVD

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By Todd Garbarini

Freddie Francis had a long and prosperous career in the cinema, learning many areas of filmmaking by cutting his teeth as a stills photographer, clapper boy, camera loader and focus puller; he also worked on training films while in the army. Garnering enough experience led him to become a camera operator on films as diverse as The Tales of Hoffman (a favorite of George Romero’s and Martin Scorsese’s), Twice Upon a Time, and Beat the Devil. He also worked as a cinematographer on The Innocents, Night Must Fall, The Elephant Man, and Dune, while scoring two Oscars for shooting Sons and Lovers and Glory. In the midst of this, he managed to find time to direct more than his share of thrillers in the 1960’s and 1970’s, chief among them The Brain, Paranoiac, Nightmare, The Evil of Frankenstein, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors, The Skull,
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Hannah Montana: The Movie Blu-ray Review

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Ooookay, let’s dive right in. I know all the male 40-something closet Hannah Montana lovers are out there right now (freakin’ perverts), seeing this and not believing their eyes or their luck- good ol’ Starlog is actually running a review of their favorite teen queen’s movie! But believe it, HannaHeads, and understand why. I know it’s something you already knhannahow in your “Set Phasers To Stunning” hearts, but I have to reveal the secret truth once and for all, even though I know I’m going to incur the wraith of something much worse than Khan by doing so…

Miley Cyrus is really an alien.

You’re all gasping with incredulous disbelief, I’m sure, at the fact that I dare even type the words. But I must! As with other notable “otherworldly” entertainers, our own adorable sweet niblets TV star and singing sensation is actually an honest-to-Elvis extra-terrestrial.
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